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Trust succeeds in bid to protect wildlife

Trust succeeds in bid to protect wildlife

Trust succeeds in bid to protect wildlife

19 August 2021

I highlighted our concern at the prospect of permission being granted to delay the restoration of IGas’s exploratory drilling site at Misson Springs.


6 1/2 ft squirrels to take over Newark town centre

6 1/2 ft squirrels to take over Newark town centre

6 1/2 ft squirrels to take over Newark town centre

19 August 2021

Two curious red squirrels will be visiting Newark this weekend.

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Bark In The Park sees record numbers as dog owners enjoy day out

Bark In The Park sees record numbers as dog owners enjoy day out

Bark In The Park sees record numbers as dog owners enjoy day out

19 August 2021

More than 50 dogs enjoyed a pamper session at Coronation Street Park in Balderton yesterday (Wednesday).


Great British Dog Walk returns

Great British Dog Walk returns

Great British Dog Walk returns

19 August 2021

A popular charity dog walk is returning to the area later this month to support a national charity that trains dogs to help deaf children and adults.


Pedigree pigs take prizes at popular show

Pedigree pigs take prizes at popular show

Pedigree pigs take prizes at popular show

17 August 2021

Several pigs bred at a stately home near Newark won awards at this year’s Great Yorkshire Show.


Free micro-chipping, health checks and nail cutting for dogs in Newark this week

Free micro-chipping, health checks and nail cutting for dogs in Newark this week

Free micro-chipping, health checks and nail cutting for dogs in Newark this week

16 August 2021

Free micro-chipping, health checks and nail cutting will be offered to dogs in Newark next week.


RSPCA appeal after several kittens found abandoned in Newark

RSPCA appeal after several kittens found abandoned in Newark

RSPCA appeal after several kittens found abandoned in Newark

13 August 2021

The RSPCA is appealing to the public after several kittens were found dumped in Newark.

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Chance to win a family pass to new festival at castle

Chance to win a family pass to new festival at castle

Chance to win a family pass to new festival at castle

13 August 2021

The Advertiser has teamed up with festival organisers to offer one winner the chance to win a family pass ­for two adults and three children.


6.5ft-tall sloths to take over Newark today

6.5ft-tall sloths to take over Newark today

6.5ft-tall sloths to take over Newark today

13 August 2021

A couple of cheeky sloths are set to take over Newark Market Place this weekend.

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Animal lovers lose millions to pet fraud

Animal lovers lose millions to pet fraud

Animal lovers lose millions to pet fraud

12 August 2021

Potential pet owners are being told to be cautious when trying to buy an animal through the internet after fraudsters made millions in the last year.


Crime-stopping canines complete drug-sniffing training in Newark

Crime-stopping canines complete drug-sniffing training in Newark

Crime-stopping canines complete drug-sniffing training in Newark

11 August 2021

Gangsters, drug dealers and violent criminals have been put on notice after police welcomed two sniffer dogs to its team of canine crime-fighters.


Hedgehog stoned to death in Nottinghamshire among inhumane attacks on animals

Hedgehog stoned to death in Nottinghamshire among inhumane attacks on animals

Hedgehog stoned to death in Nottinghamshire among inhumane attacks on animals

11 August 2021

A hedgehog being stoned to death in Nottinghamshire is just one of the cruel and inhumane attacks on animals reported, says the RSPCA.

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Step away from the keyboard and do your bit for local wildlife, says Erin McDaid of Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust

Step away from the keyboard and do your bit for local wildlife, says Erin McDaid of Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust

Step away from the keyboard and do your bit for local wildlife, says Erin McDaid of Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust

09 August 2021

In my role as head of communications for Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust I’m often asked to comment on wildlife stories and environmental issues.


These are the questions dog owners want the answers to

These are the questions dog owners want the answers to

These are the questions dog owners want the answers to

09 August 2021

From licking feet to eating poo, the Kennel Club has answered the most Googled questions about your pooches.


Discovery of rare bird recognised by wildlife trust

Discovery of rare bird recognised by wildlife trust

Discovery of rare bird recognised by wildlife trust

07 August 2021

The bird was spotted by ecologist Greg Gilmore while undertaking a survey on land managed by farmer Tom Channing.


Bella the dog is nominated for a survivor award after her horrific ordeal

Bella the dog is nominated for a survivor award after her horrific ordeal

Bella the dog is nominated for a survivor award after her horrific ordeal

04 August 2021

Bella, the gorgeous German Shepherd who captured the hearts of animal lovers after she was left to drown in a river, has been nominated for an award.


Officers respond to illegal fishing, poaching and anti-social behaviour in Newark and Sherwood

Officers respond to illegal fishing, poaching and anti-social behaviour in Newark and Sherwood

Officers respond to illegal fishing, poaching and anti-social behaviour in Newark and Sherwood

03 August 2021

There have been several reports of illegal fishing, poaching and anti-social behaviour near bodies of water in Newark and Sherwood.


More than a dozen suspects served notices for fishing offences

More than a dozen suspects served notices for fishing offences

More than a dozen suspects served notices for fishing offences

03 August 2021

A total of 16 suspects have been served notices for fishing offences.

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Misplaced fears could impact insect recovery, says Notts Wildlife Trust

Misplaced fears could impact insect recovery, says Notts Wildlife Trust

Misplaced fears could impact insect recovery, says Notts Wildlife Trust

30 July 2021

Swifts, swallows and martins are, for many, an evocative and welcome part of a typical British summer, writes Erin McDaid.


Council bans the giving of live animals as prizes and calls for nation to follow suit

Council bans the giving of live animals as prizes and calls for nation to follow suit

Council bans the giving of live animals as prizes and calls for nation to follow suit

30 July 2021

A council has voted to ban the giving of live animals as prizes, in any form, on its own land.


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